(Idlib Governorate) The Syrian army unleashed an unqualified masterstroke yesterday against a concentration of over 300 terrorists handled by British spies in Incirlik and electronically “guided” by German puppeteers on that infamous Shpionboot off the coast of Turkey. Wael, who is now in the Wadi Al-Ghaab in Idlib Governorate, received a direct report from one of his relatives in Syrian Special Forces that 41 terrorists were killed in a battle at the town of Haarim and that the number of rats killed might exceed 70 given the seriousness of many injuries. Syria suffered no losses as the terrorist criminals did something uncharacteristic, once they realized their positions were identified and targeted: they contracted. Once this happened, Lt. Ghazi Abdel-Nour, with Syria’s 121st Artillery Brigade ordered a concentrated fire with howitzers that nearly eradicated the cowering scum inside the largely abandoned town. Once they were softened up, special forces went in with bayonets at the ready and killed and captured the rest.
These terrorists, who were reported inaccurately on Syrian state t.v. as Jabhat Al-Nusra, were not, in fact, Salafist rodents. Wael says that this group was made up of mostly civilians who were trained in paramilitary tactics by the Turks, a few army reservists, deserters and two known and wanted criminals.
The secret to the success of this operation was Syrian Army Intelligence’s brilliant use of electronic clatter to confuse the German spy ship whose job it was, ostensibly, to give the criminals an insight into the Army’s movements and intentions. Whatever data the Germans received turned out to be completely
at odds with reality leaving the luckless felons like sitting ducks for our invincible army. Wael says that German commanders eventually decided that some clatter was more reliable than others and relayed this misconception to British bunglers in Incirlik tasked with manipulating this unit of Keystone Kops. The British ordered the rats to form a “center core with a strong perimeter” which was the death knell of this group of sorry apes.